2.A work of Shakespearean poetry
3. Truly wonderful 😉
I have the anti-Kell factor That was the terminology given to me many yeas ago. I was supposed to carry a card with me, but it is long lost. I am adopted and have no children. I had scoliosis surgery at 14 and now it is called Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. Pain is my constant companion since I was 22; now I am 57. I have been trying to understand this K antigen for doctors have acted as if the never heard of it. I feel like humpty-dumpty. I have cardiomyopathy and a muscular skeletal system that is miserable. Do you think this Kell thing has anything to do with these issues? I read another web site on blood types and both conditions I mentioned were briefly listed. I am never physically happy. I am tired mentally due to this. Is there anything I need to know to have some physical peace?
If you were male, I would suspect McLeod’s syndrome … but that has never been diagnosed in a woman. Then again, that doesn’t mean it couldn’t happen. Where are you, geographically? You could seek help (I know there are specialists in NY) or at least information:
Hi Melinda. I am not the Author, but read your post.
Dr.John Bergman, he is a world renown CHIROPRACTOR out of Huntington Beach, California.
Many of his patients (of ALL blood types including negatives), are getting well. Many who were so tired and a week later up and about——still healing but so much better.
Watch some of his YouTube Videos. There are many, including 1 or more on Scoliosis and heart disease.
He has helped me when I was ready to give up. God Bless.
I like how you wright books on mid eval rulers and their diseases that make them go crackpot 😛
Hi, I really like your book and actually I’m writing a thesis about Henry and using your book and I’ve got a question which may be strange but whatever 🙂 You’ve got a paragraph there which is taken from some Santiago et al 2008 but when I was looking for the whole source in the bibliography I just couldn’t find him under his name and since I have to use the original and primary source is there any chance you could provide me an answer for it? 🙂
Hope I’m not bothering with questions like this.
Thank you so much
No problem! I actually discovered three sources missing from the printed bibliography. I am not home right now, but I will respond with the source on Sunday night, okay? Best wishes — Kyra
Sure no problem. Thank you 🙂
The cite is Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2008 Feb;136(2):151-4. Epub 2007 May 3.
Current clinical management of anti-Kell alloimmunization in pregnancy. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17481801 Hope that helps 🙂
Of course it does. Thanks again.
You were right there is also missing an author Keynes, he’s mentioned several times there but always with different year of publication, so I guess you used two of his books.
Could you help me also with this one please?
I can 🙂 It will be later tonight tho …
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